Enter to Win a Free Night at Any Hilton Property Worldwide

May 24, 2018

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The Points Guy has teamed up with Hilton Honors to give away five free night passes to TPG readers. Each of the “Be My Guest” certificates we’re giving away are valid for a one-night stay in a standard room at any of the 14 brands within the Hilton portfolio.

If you’re planning a trip soon, one of these passes could be the perfect way to get you a free night for your vacation. According to the terms and conditions, each of the passes expires one year after the date of issue. In addition, they’re valid for one night standard room and tax only — not for any kind of bed and breakfast type package or for an upgraded room. The passes won’t cover resort fees, incidentals or parking charges, and the free stay can not be used on New Year’s Eve.

If you’re selected as one of the five winners, you’ll just need to present the certificate at check-in — it’s that easy.

Enter to win no later than 11:59pm ET on Sunday, June 3. To enter this giveaway, tag a travel buddy on our Facebook post or Instagram post, and mention the Hilton property where you want to redeem your free night certificate. You can view the official TPG sweepstakes rules here.

If you don’t already have a Hilton Honors account, you can sign up for free here.

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